A bunch of my students are in biology, so I read a biology textbook and tried to come up with interesting writing ideas to go with it. I put thirty of them up on Teachers Pay Teachers. These are a few...

A bunch of my students are in biology, so I read a biology textbook and tried to come up with interesting writing ideas to go with it. I put thirty of them up on Teachers Pay Teachers.

As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve.  So here are 5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching cells (organelles, transport, mitosis, and cancer) in their classrooms.

What I've Learned: 5 tips for improving how you teach CELLS

5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching cells (organelles, transport, mitosis, and cancer) in their classrooms.

As teachers, it can be challenging to determine the best order in which to teach our curriculum.  This back to school season, I decided to…

Why I Chose My Scope and Sequence - Biology

As teachers, it can be challenging to determine the best order in which to teach our curriculum. This back to school season, I decided to share my scope and sequence for biology and why I think it is the best for using in the biology classroom!

In 9th grade, I had an amazing biology teacher, Ms. DeRosa-Hill. She was a teacher who did things in an out-of-the-box way. I rememb...

In grade, I had an amazing biology teacher, Ms. She was a teacher who did things in an out-of-the-box way. I rememb.

My students turned my whole classroom into a giant cell!  Each group of students built an organelle (with a rough scale model in relation to the size of the classroom) and presented them to the class.  I love this because it helps students really connect

My students turned my whole classroom into a giant cell! Each group of students built an organelle (with a rough scale model in relation to the size of the classroom) and presented them to the class. I love this because it helps students really connect

As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve. So here are 5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching photosynthesis and cellular respiration (energy flow as I like to call it!) in their classrooms.

What I've learned: 5 tips for teaching Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

5 ideas for secondary biology teachers to use when teaching photosynthesis and cellular respiration (energy flow as I like to call it!) in their classrooms.

Science Matters: Turn Your Students Into a Protein. This site is great. It contains lots of other ideas for science demos and practicals.

Science Matters: Turn Your Students Into a Protein Note: supposed to be RNA--thymine should be replaced with Uracil in the picture.

Natural Selection Activity (Natural Selection Game)This is a comprehensive, math-based game of natural selection. It is recommended for high school biology or advanced middle school. Students represent a population of leopards that have a total of 6 genetic variants among them.

The Hungry Games: A Game of Natural Selection

Grade: Natural Selection Activity (Natural Selection Game) Students represent a population of leopards that have a total of 6 genetic variants among them.

Hands-on Activities for Teaching Biology to High School or Middle School Students

Just some acitvity ideas! ---Hands-on Activities for Teaching Biology to High School or Middle School Students

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